Aqara FP2 Tested with SmartThings?

Hi.
I bought yesterday the new Aqara FP2, I know Smartthings support the oldest model FP1 but I can’t find one and I bought the FP2.
In Aqara app is a little bit complicated to configure the room place but is a very interesting sensor and seems works fine.
But like all of us, I think, we want to integrate all the sensors in the same place, Smartthings hub, and I’ve trying to find some way to do It but I can’t find anything :confused:.
Anyone try anything different, anyone with drivers.
Best Wishes

“Support of the new smart home standard, Matter, is also planned for the FP2, and will be added to the device via a subsequent OTA update.”

From here

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The FP2 is a WiFi device, so the integration options are different. (The FP1 used Zigbee)

So as @Andrew_Bartlett suggested, your best bet is probably to wait for the matter integration. Once done, that will not require any custom code as long as you have a Smartthings/Aeotec hub.

Until then, you can get partial integration through Alexa routines or IFTTT, but it’s limited and obviously requires the additional service. :thinking:

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Any update on this?
I’ve heard Q1 this year, is that confirmed anywhere?

It was confirmed by a public statement from the two companies in December, but there’s been nothing on it since, and they don’t always hit those kind of goal dates. :thinking:

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Very frustrating that despite being Matter compliant, the FP2 still remains unsupported by Smartthings

It would be good to get an update from Samsung

In the , works with Smartthings, store you can find the fp2

Thats intressting. But it doesn’t work

Yes I saw that too but doesn’t work. Maybe works soon :wink:

A segunda, 6/05/2024, 10:38, Daniel123 via SmartThings Community <notifications@smartthings.discoursemail.com> escreveu:

The FP2 is not yet Matter-compliant.

It is a WiFi device, so it would have to be individually certified for matter, not bridged, like the Zigbee sensors can be. And it does not yet have the matter logo. Nor is Matter listed as an integration on The product page on the manufacturer’s site.

In contrast, the P2 Motion sensor lists both Matter and SmartThings support on its product page. (It’s not an MMwave sensor, though, just a PIR sensor. I just use it as an example of an aqara product that has been certified for Matter.)

So I understand the frustration, but this one isn’t an issue on the SmartThings side.

Both companies have said publicly that they intend to offer an integration for the FP2, but it hasn’t been released yet.

Grateful, thank you for the advice

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